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south carolina and clemson, back-to-back games." >> verne: right. hansbrough, who had a fumble in the first half of play. let's introduce you to the poll question. which of these teams is most likely to finish in the top 10? log onto facebook.com/s.e.c. on cbs to make your voice heard. >> gary: we don't know at the end but one thing is nice. >> verne: overthrew it. >> gary: at least they're not out of contention starting in october like they have been in the past. when you have those names, the big heavyweights of college football still alive, that's good for college football. >> verne: of course, at the end of every south carolina season, at the end of every clemson season, the two teams face off and there is a big game in college football tonight as clemson in the a.c.c. goes in to tallahassee to take on e.j. manuel and florida state. that will be fun. third and nine. franklin. >> gary: they're going to have to go for it on fourth down too. >> verne: gary pinkel, head coach at toledo for 10 years after he -- >> gary: going to punt it or fake punt it. >> verne: is he really, a
the kickoff. this has been a very convincing effort by south carolina. >> gary: and missouri had their chance again, just like they did against georgia. they had the ball inside the five at the end of the half, they were going it get the ball to start the third quarter and they didn't get a touchdown. then the bad kick. >> verne: yes. that one through the end zone. will come out to the 25. >> verne: notre dame has a chance to go 4-0 tonight. florida state has the same chance. here are the results. which seem most likely to finish? a lot of you like florida state. >> gary: and florida. >> verne: yeah, yeah. 34%. yes. florida had the huge win to open the year at a&m. >> gary: that really changed things for florida and allowed jeff driskel to emerge. they're going to get better also, and muschamp has sold to his team as we've seen, we're going to see corbin berkstresser right now. >> verne: berkstresser played the entire game last week in the win over arizona state university. that pass complete to marcus lucas. >> gary: he never asserted himself, whether it's play calling -- it could be coach t
---41-36. to the s.e.c. south carolina earning their ninth straight win dating back to next season. tied for the longest streak in their school history but they had to come back against home to do it. south carolina comes back to win 38-17. college gameday in columbia south carolina. for next week's game between south carolina and these georgia bulldogs, georgia beat tennessee, 100 yards rushing. that is gurley. georgia right now on espn alabama looking to be in control against ole miss lsu stepping out of the s.e.c. a game in which they trailed in baton rouge. right now on espn2, oregon is leading washington state. this game being played in seattle. wanted to pass instead can't find your receiver he'll take it. and go into the end zone. 13-yard score, right now it is 23-22. second quarter on espn two. the ducks on top. earlier here on abc, ohio state quarterback braxton miller overcame a knee injury to have 315 total yards, this touchdown pass to smith and ohio state wins over michigan state 17-16. they get nebraska next week. we'll see you next weekend. # "and th
accident in south carolina. got some new information. we actually spoke to the man in the accident. his name is will. he told us he is recovering at home after suffering a broken wrist and a broken leg. not a broken arm. he wanted us to clear that up. he told us that he saw the video for the first time on wednesday, just yesterday, and it's just been replaying in his head over and over. he also told us he's not going to be getting on a bike again. he said that he has a wife and kids and he has a responsibility to his family. i told you yesterday that antoine thomas was the rider with the dash cam behind will. he's part of the south carolina rough riders. in an exclusive interview, antoine thomas is joining us right this minute from south carolina. how do you think this accident -- >> honestly i'm not too sure. he says he didn't see it. there's a group of us that saw the trailer slow down, but next thing i know he comes flying over my shoulder. couple riders said he passed them. maybe he wanted to get to the front. >> what wept through your mind when you did see this footage. >> it happe
as the republican primaries, the south carolina primary where romney lost by 15 points to newt gingrich. a big reason for that is that it was a lower income. it was working class and middle class republicans in south carolina flocked to gingrich and revolted against romney in that primary. it was gingrich they were calling him, you know, a vulture capitalist, that was a term used. they fullmented a backlash among romney in working class republicans. we're seeing evidence of that now. there was another poll out this week that looked at white working class voters talking about keys for obama. obama is doing quite well for working white class voters except in the deep south and appalachian, he's getting blown out there, but in places like ohio he's doing well there. romney is not someone you can really sell to thoez those voters very easily. >> we'll have to leave it there. steve kornacki, mudcat saunders, and i know mudcat is working on his campaign. we have to talk about that at sam point, mudcat. thank you for your time. >> we need to talk about taking that crook out and we can do it. aircraft
, south carolina congressman jim clyburn. let me get to my second reads of the morning. my first reads of this hour. democrats are amazingly confident. some would argue bordering on cocky about the position natheye in going into this convention. romney helped himself presenting a more likable side in the campaign. also feeling good, democrats are, that romney had to spend much of his time fixing his likability whether than lying out his plan for the future of the country. >> when governor romney finally had a chance to reveal the secret sauce, he did not offer a single new idea. >> what he missed was, was the opportunity to talk about not just how much he loves his family, but what he's going to doing for the american people and their families. >> their platform was locked up in the same vault and mitt romney's tax returns. >> there is nothing memorable. we're debating, even discussing clint eastwood is because there is nothing memorable about mitt romney's speech. >> praising eastwood as an actor, director, clearly enjoying the fallout is retune. >> the romney campaign would probably
as if in morning business in a colloquy with the senator from south carolina, perhaps other senators who may wish to speak. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. mccain: mr. president, before i get to the issue concerning the senator from kentucky's amendment, i was just intpofrpld that the president of the united states, while speaking to hispanic television alleged that the reason why immigration reform was not enacted in the last four years of his presidency is because the senator from arizona walked away. incredible. incredible statement i'm not often in the business of accusing presidents of the united states of not telling the truth, but facts are stubborn things. first of all, it was then-senator obama who joined with senator kennedy and me when we were doing comprehensive immigration reform, and we pledged that we would take tough votes so that the whole fragile coalition would not fall apart. instead of doing that, the then-senator from illinois, barack obama proposed an amendment which would have destroyed the entire coalition we had together and did so without telling senator k
, chicago mayor and former obama chief of staff, rahm emanuel. south carolina congressman jim clyburn and from "will and grace" fame, actor eric mccormick. first, 1980, teddy's dream. >> the work goes on. the cause endures. the hope still lives and the dream shall never die. at purina one, we believe small things can make a big difference. like how a little oil from here can be such a big thing in an old friend's life. we discovered that by blending enhanced botanical oils into our food, we can help brighten an old dog's mind so he's up to his old tricks. it's just one way purina one is making the world a better place... one pet at a time. discover vibrant maturity and more at purinaone.com. >>> the obama campaign first struggled to answer the republicans' taunt are you better off today than you were four years ago. assistant democratic leader congressman james clyburn of south carolina joins me now. they then sort of got their voice and figured it out. it was of course memorably the way ronald reagan was able to defeat jimmy carter. but how does the president answer that question to
and the elements go out and look for him and they do find him in, win finds him in south carolina in charleston, earth went looking for him. after earth fire, she could not get passed the fire. water follow it had ship and wind was able to go across and follow and find him. it was after many years that wind was able to find him. i'll read that last part. [inaudible] all living in the americas, i saw the taken shackled to the land from sun up to sun down working tobacco, sugar cane and rice. i listen to them tell stories different but strangely familiar. now prayer rabbit. i stopped by kitchens and watched our women with cook yams, rice, oh kra and beans. our children had not forgotten. and i rejoice, led by the sound of a black smith's hammer, i travel to charleston, south carolina, john shannon, black smith. a large european with red hair, comfortable. they were apprentices to all africans new and old, familiar yet fresh. i have sold another of your beautiful gape with the rice design, how did you learn to craft so well? a young man stepped into the light. i learned by reaching back with one h
, led by the sound of a black smith's hammer, i travel to charleston, south carolina, john shannon, black smith. a large european with red hair, comfortable. they were apprentices to all africans new and old, familiar yet fresh. i have sold another of your beautiful gape with the rice design, how did you learn to craft so well? a young man stepped into the light. i learned by reaching back with one hand and stretching forward with the other he said. people said you are a genius. my father dinka was the genius replied the apprentice. he taught me what 7 generations have learned, i am the 8th. i had bound [inaudible] who answers to moses shannon. both mean safe water. he seems more confident now, wiser. playful mostafa. i had so much to tell him, he could not see me. he could not see me or hear me in this strange land. he touched the spotting smiles. [inaudible] with birds, flowers and animals inspired. i turned to someone tell moses, shannon is going to free you one day. they can find joy, [inaudible] in my mind, i have always been free. free as the wind, thank you so much. [applaus
: that is not happening so i am trying to take kay of the 7,000 people down in south carolina i prepared. >>neil: what is the real reason? the weather? did they have trouble putting people in the seats? >>guest: i had in south carolina, we had 7,000 tickets and we got rid of 7,000 tickets with 3,000 people on waiting list. so, it could be, and i heard there are 19,000 on the waiting list over all. it would be easy to fill up that stadium with people from columbia, south carolina, we do it for football games. >>neil: you do, congressman, a ream pleasure. this is almost a bonding of a moment as the governor. >>guest: we ought to do it more often. >>neil: much more from the convention center, who is up and who is not after this. >>neil: a lot of the convention comes down to the likability of president obama over mitt romney. poll after poll has been showing he has a distinct advantage over the former governor on that count. until lately. a new poll out shows the gap virtually not existent between the two. little more than a couple of weeks ago it was ten points. mitt romney is getting more likable, the p
about voter i.d. laws. check out the reaction. south carolina governor nicki hailey got when she brought it up at her convention last week in tampa. >> we said in south carolina that if you have to show a picture i.d. to buy sudafed and to set foot on an airplane, then you should have to show picture i.d. to protect one of the most valuable, most central sacred rights in america. the right to vote. >> according to reuters, voters in south carolina, nikki haley's home state, 20% more likely to be black. and just over 1/3 of registers voters do not have a driver's license. anyway, the reverend jesse jackson, the great man, the president of the rainbow coalition joins us. you were calling me up last week. you were so angry and concerned as a leader, a civil rights leader, about this new ploy to keep people from voting. >> the irony of nikki haley, she got the right to vote because of the voting rights act itself. then 18-year-olds to vote in 1970. and then students could then vote. and able to get the voting. she is a product of the voting rights act. their plan is negation, purging, voting
carolina governor nikki hailey got when she brought it up last week in tampa. >> we said in south carolina that if you have to show apick i.d. to buy pseudofed, so step on an airplane, then you should have to show i.d. to have the right to vote. >> imagine getting roused up about restricting voting. that's what you saw there. according to reuters, voters in south carolina, liking the proper i.d. are 20% more likely to be black and just over o one-third of voters do not have a driver's license. reverent jesse jackson joins us. you were calling me up last week, you were so angry and concerned as a leader, civil rights leader, about this new empl ploy. >> you got the right to vote because of the voting rights act. to vote in 65 blacks to vote and then 18 years to vote in 1970 and then students could vote on campus and we were able to get bilingual voting. it is a product of the voting rights act. their plan is negation, purging voter suppression and confusing people. it is a very similar part to win the election. >> it seemed like they're trying to deny. for example, if you come from the sout
thank my friend from south carolina as well as my friend from arizona with respect to the debate that they have been engaged in, for bringing this issue to the forefront, being willing to stand up and say, you know, foreign aid, if you talk about that in a coffee club in seneca, south carolina, or phoenix, arizona, or molte, georgia, is not the most popular topic. most people back home think we can balance the budget if we eliminate foreign aid. but the fact is, as senator graham said, it's a minuscule amount in the overall context. right now we're at a critical context with respect to our juncture with respect to any number of domestic, foreign policies. and as we go into the election the american people are going to have a choice to make. we're also at a crossroads with our foreign policy in this country. all you have to do is pick up this morning's paper, turn on the tv today, and you see what's happening in countries that are the subject of this particular amendment. there are tens of thousands of people protesting in pakistan today. there are folks in egypt that are still pr
in government was a public school teacher. i enjoyed teaching the public schools of south carolina but that is a government job and if we don't have teachers for our children we cannot have --. >>neil: your point is well-taken. but what is scary to me and maybe i am living in an alternate universe, when there is a video that runs in here, government is the only thing we all belong to. no it's not. >>guest: no i don't who is running that. >>neil: are people aware in this room that the debt exists, that the job growth is sub par, and it is not just the democrats but the republicans contributed. >>guest: i have heard people mention the debt and the deficit. i am very concerned about that. i was on the --. >>neil: i might have messed it. >>guest: i heard people talk about debt and deficits. maybe i am just hearing things but that is what i heard. >>neil: and this is your chance to clarify that. would you bring up the debt? >>guest: i'm not focused on debt or deficits right now. i'm focused on our investments in the future. i'm focused on --. >>neil: you are a huge big wig here, a big d
cases including new voter i.d. laws in wisconsin, colorado, florida, iowa, ohio, south carolina. and a federal court is still considering whether south carolina can implement that new law. ron allen is live for us in philadelphia. tell us about the arguments the justices will be hearing today. >> reporter: this case has to do specifically with a photo requirement in the voter i.d. you law that was passed here in march. opponents claim there are tens of thousands of voters who can't get that appropriate i.d. in time for the election and they say most of those people are minority, the elderly, students. the requirement is for a driver's license or passport or a student i.d. card that has a specific expiration date. what the opponents say is a very burdensome what yo burdenso burdensome law. democrats including the obama administration maintain that these laws are designed to suppress the vote. supporters insist they are trying to protect voter integrity. although here in pennsylvania, both sides agree that there is no evidence that there's been any in person voter fraud here to sp
of the states are under the preclearance, but texas and south carolina is. explain to me the different courts in which these things will be challenged. >> yes, just to take a step back, we're under that voting rights act. there are certain states with such a negative history of restricting the franchise in the basis of race, they have to engage in preclearance. so texas and south carolina are two of them. the reason this isn't an issue in ohio or pennsylvania, those two states are not preclearance states. so voting rights do not control -- >> there were states in slavery, part of the union, and they didn't have a jim crowe industry. >> that's right, it basically places the onus on the state rather than the disen franchised individual to make their case. so what's been happening is the court has been saying look, we're going to weigh this, and bisically we're going to look at the possibly for voter fraud, and the burden on potentially disen franchised voters. because of this negative history this state has had, the thumb is heavily on the scale against that state and for the plaintiff, right?
in south carolina has been desperately seeking an organ donor. they have not found one yet, but they did find something else. a whole lot of friends that they never knew they had. here's steve hartman, on the road. >> larry and his wife have been happily married 56 years. so happily in fact that larry has now come to realize the downside of loving someone so much, that you cannot live without them. >> i love her. >> you can't live without them ... >> she is my heart. >> part has never been an issue for these two. >> i know that he loves me. >> what has always been lacking is a kidney. she was born with only one. and now that one is shot and she needs a transplant, but neither her husband nor anyone tested and her family is a suitable match. she is trying to get on a donor list but the weight is about two or three years long and that is for a kidney from a deceased donor, a transplant donors that it their kidneys from living donors tend to live longer. >> i'm going to get a kidney. >> which is why he decided to try completely radical approach to securing a kidney. >> i don't care what peo
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$4. lois states south carolina, alabama, mississip pi, new mexico, arizona mexico, arizona, wyoming and colorado. pain at the pump is felt by 33 million americans driving 50 miles or more. up from last year. expectation prices should drop as demand drops. the station was the lowest gas price? circle k gas in el paso taxes -- texas. also chicago, illinois has so many problems were $4.79. the highest in the country right now. is not keeping people home but how it can help you save money. -[ taste buds ] donuts, donuts! -who are these guys? -oh, that's just my buds. -bacon. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] donuts. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? okay. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new fiber one nutty clusters and almonds. stidious librariancer ] introducing new fiber one emily skinner, each day was fueled by thorough preparation for events to come. well somewhere along the way, emily went right on living. but you see, with the help of her raymond james financial advisor, she
example, technology and small business take a look at north carolina and south carolina, there's no reason those states should be different, same part of the country, two great states, lots of nice people, a warmth in both of those states and yet south carolina focused on maintaining the textile and manufacturing industry, north carolina focused on building their higher education system and technology. and i think north carolina has half a dozen or more head -- corporate headquarters there and south carolina has one. the unemployment rate in north carolina is a lot lower than in south carolina. south carolina. we know what to do but washington isn't doing it. cities are doing it. and washington's just getting in the way. >> and that is the message. thank you so much. we'll see you in mork for education nation. >> looking forward to it. >> the gridlock will be horrible. >> it's new york. we're not going to have gridlock. i promise you can get around. take mass transit. >> thank you. i shall. mike bloomberg, the mayor. >>> next, the ambassador talking about the middle east. tank tank woman 1
nikki haley saying of the south carolina law, we're trying to say that if you can go buy sudafed and you need this, then surely to do something as valuable as voting, you need valid i.d. what is the good news out of ohio. it wasn't voter i.d. in this case. >> again, a big week for voters last week. in ohio, a judge blocked an election law change, which would have eliminated the option to vote in person for many, many people the weekend before the election. and in florida -- >> particularly on that sunday, church, souls to the polls day. >> and in florida what a court did was permanently impose a ban on certain restrictions that made it impossible for organizations like the league of women voters to go out to our community, bringing people into our democracy. laws might sound a little different, but they have a common thread. that is politicians trying to manipulate the system to cherry pick the electorate to keep certain people in, certain people out. >> i want to say this. a case moving through the courts right now from south carolina. i want to set this up a bit. this is -- i think thi
university. the next call for mark mix from greenville, south carolina on the independent line. caller: hello. thank you for taking my call. one thing i want to comment on is and trying to figure out if the republicans are really backing your right to work campaign. i live in south carolina. when they came out with the right to work states. these people just wanted to pay these people making $15-$20 an hour and now they guarded the unions, they only pay people $8-$10 an hour. if you're only making $8 an hour, you cannot go out and buy a new car. the economy of the country can rebound is everyone is just making $10 an hour in these jobs. the people were making a decent pay, people would be buying houses and cars and we could move forward. the right to work act took all that away. what happened was these people could fire you for any reason anytime if they did not like the way you tie your shoes, you were fired. people want to know why they're making $20 an hour and then they have to find a new job. then there are only making $14 an hour. host: john, thank you. guest: the right to work law has
of the democratic national committee in south carolina said in a state newspaper that nikki haley was like eva braun, hitler's girlfriend, mistress. then today he said what i was doing is, i don't mean it. it meant to call her a nazi. anyway, just my syntax. i have the same problem as president obama. i think south carolina jewish community probably came out and said to him you need to back off. nikki haley is the first african-american woman to be governor any state. >> bob: indian. >> dana: sorry. indian american woman. obviously i got that wrong. spoke at the convention. why would he call her eva braun? >> greg: two things. left created the idea of hate speech because they're good at it. we invented a word called harpootleaned. that means you say something stupid and ten say something dumber to get out of it. >> eric: i thought that was a biden. >> bob: i don't remember us having a long discussion when paul ryan gave his speech full of misstatements. >> greg: he didn't call anybody hitler. >> bob: you are right about that. >> dana: why did you bring up paul ryan? we are talk about the fact that d
is live in d.c. with details of that. >> tucker, south carolina and the nine electoral votes are solidly in favor of mitt romney and its campaign according to karl rove's latest map. and several members of the south carolina delegation, decided to get together and hold a rally, they were republican members and they wanted to get folks riled up about the upcoming election and at this rally, south carolina attorney general alan wilson says he's going to challenge dodd-frank in court, a two-year-old bill designed to bring transparency it the financial system and going to do it soon. the direct quote from the rally is this, ladies and gentlemen, in the next couple of days you're going to be hearing something south carolina is involved in, i volunteer you to do something, i volunteer the state of south carolina to challenge dodd-frank in the courts of the united states. south carolina, we are going to challenge that law, we're going to take the battle back to washington d.c. because community banks on main street shouldn't be choked to death so that big banks on wall street can take our money
's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. >>> a woman in south carolina is accused of pointing a gun at republican congresswoman tray gowdy. it happened last night in a church parking lot. gowdy's home state of south carolina. he was in his car waiting to pick up his daughter from an evening service. he said a woman in the parking lot thought he was following her. he told her he wasn't, but then she drew a weapon, and pointed it at him. gowdy drove to a nearby police station and got an escort back to the church. police arrested the woman. >>> officials at yellowstone national park say youtube video of a bison encounter made them really angry. >> take a look. this is tough to watch. they're especially upset with the adult who initiated the whole thing. some kids were walking along a trail when they came across this bison roaming free and grazing. the man shooting this video encouraged the kids to get closer and touch it. the bison zeroed in on one small boy. that youngster managed to run around a tree and rejoin his group. everyone is laughing in this video. not yell
a good chunk of the must be was mark sanford but his... >> stephen: my governor, south carolina. he's a good man, a friend. >> his republican legislature overruled him. it was a huge fight and he says it was such an unbelievably lonely fight he told me he thinks that had something to do with his trip down the appalachian trail. (laughter) he did say it. (laughter). >> stephen: really? >> he said it was an extremely... >> stephen: obama's stimulus stimulated governor sanford in ways no one expected. well thank you so much for joining me. michael grunwald, "the new new deal." we'll be ♪ ♪ >> stephen: good night, everybody! ♪ two... two, three... ♪ ♪ (alarm wailing)
. as south carolina senator and 9th grade dance chaperone lindsay graham recently explained, the demographic race we're losing badly. we're not generating enough angry white guys to stay in business for the long-term. yes, it's true. and if they are going to stay, republicans need to make more angry white guys. now of course the simplest solution is for them to purchase my new line of premium mail order sperm, formula 401 seeds of discontent. (cheers and applause) harvested from my "grapes of wrath" t is the same white male starter kit you know and love but in a limited batch especially produced while i was very angry watching gay porn. knock it off! give it a rest. seriously. still, with a dwindling supply of white republicans the gop has got to reach out. >> one of the biggest challenges facing the gop this november certainly will be winning latino voters. >> for romney to win swing states like colorado and nevada campaign advisors say they have to get a larger share of the hispanic vote. >> to become as committed to the democrats as the-- in the past while we're in trouble as a party and
sunday night in south carolina. lawrence and the machine performs three songs. two actors had no comment so maybe they will have more to say later. >> last weekend was one of the worst weekend for the box office since the mid nineties. the weekend was a bust at the bo office this is expected to be the low was grossing weekend of the year. lawless was no. 2 and the word was third. >> see open up an interview saying that her injuries included as fracture to iran had happened rebs could see said it could of been a lot worse. >> >>james: coming up and the kron 4 morning news. here is a live look from chicago where thousands of teachers are taking their message to the streets. we'll talk about the story coming up. >>james: appease the owner put the squeeze on president obama. this up pizza shop owner gave the president a bear hug after he complemented his shop. this all happened at a campaign stop at fort pierce florida. >> still i had-- ahead: on the >> >>janu: if you liked the weekend you will like today. it will clear up pretty early. we will have your full forecasts coming out. >>georg
voter i.d. law will not disenfranchise voters and south carolina is appealing a justice department decision stricter voter i.d. requirements. here's what's at stake. as the pennsylvania supreme court prepared to hear arguments on the state's new voter i.d. law recently, the naacp protests what it calls a thinly veiled attempt to suppress the minority vote. >> we have seen more states pass more laws pushing more voters out of the ballot box than we have seen in the past 100 years. >> reporter: it is a scene that's played out in states across the country. civil rights groups pushing back against voter i.d. laws enact aed by republican-controlled legislatures since 2010. >> the effort to actually change the rules of the game at the last minute is a really misguided effort. >> reporter: wendy wiser is with the brandon center for justice and warns hundreds of thousands of voters may not have necessary i.d. they include the elderly, college students, poor people, blacks and latinos. groups that traditionally vote democratic. >> we need to do everything we can to ensure that there's no fr
because he couldn't have a dog at his new home in myrtle beach, south carolina. two weeks ago he was taken in by a family in south carolina after traveling nearly 500 miles. they took the animal to the hospital where they discovered one of those microchips and they were able to call mark and tell him, hey, we have your dog. mark says that he'll never leave buckie behind again. >>> how badly do you want to eat at a certain restaurant? well, enough to actually pay more for the reservations, because some places are charging more just for holding your seat. we're going to have more on this. there are some discountthey wor >>> and who ate what and how much did it cost? there might be an easy solution to splitting the check. we're going to tell you about an app that could be available on your phone sometime soon. >>> and a reminder as we head to break, katie couric's new show premiers next week, september 10th, right here on abc 2, starting at 4:00, followed by our news with jamie and kelly at 5:00 and 6:00. we'll be right back. [ harry umlaut ] here we go. [ sally umlaut ] what? the five sta
grew up in charleston south carolina southern food does not have to be deep-fried nor does it have to be heavy or unhealthy ... we begin with some homemade butter ... old base pricebay spice onion fennel sausage and corn.... we finish with natcve clams and shrimp and hommeade srinmp stock.... everything must be great ingredients try to get our seafood from south carolina ... we give this a quick stir literally you close the pot and four get for just a few minutes till it boils ... we serve some grilled bread make our sausage and bread in house the sausage is smoked ... here we have the finished product we serve it in the pawns in the restaurant at the table side the shrimps cooked through quickly of the corn is cooked to tender and the clams open quickly ... the sausages already cooked ... we serve this in a nice cast-iron pot family style at the table ... we have small placement for sharing and we do some family style plates this serves two or three people ... if you are hungry sometimes one person can handle it the minute is broken into a traditional and reed engineeredre-imagin
. and compared to connecticut. on july 1st only hawaii had a price above $4. lois states south carolina, alabama, mississip pi, new mexico, arizona mexico, arizona, wyoming and colorado. pain at the pump is felt by 33 million americans driving 50 miles or more. up from last year. expectation prices should drop as demand drops. the station was the lowest gas price? circle k gas in el paso taxes -- texas. also chicago, illinois has so many problems were $4.79. the highest in the country right now. is not keeping people home but how it can help you save money. stay with us. gerri: am i bereday is here. now is the time to plan your fault trip for the best deals. orbitz senior editor joins us now. janine, high gas prices but people will still drive? >> i did agree. aaa's says 3 million will hit the skies which is up one from 2011. it will be busy. gerri: what about this fall? are people planning already? >> with a great thing about fall it is a slower travel season. mid september through november as a great time to travel with many destinations with a mountain towns and the east coast beach towns. ge
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